Hey, guys!! Question... Deer season is fast approaching and I have been wrestling with my plan of attack in my head. Attached is a small map showing a bean field that I'll be hunting on. I have pictures of nice bucks entering the field but there are two specific bucks I am after this year that are very smart. Based on the trail camera pictures I have so far and after plugging them into DeerLab they very noticeably enter the field based on wind direction.. If there is a south wind the bucks enter the south side of the field. If there is a north wind the bucks general enter the north side of the field. The BLUE lines indicate the wind direction and the RED lines indicate the buck's routes based on that wind direction. My mineral sight, camera & ladder stand is located on my orange OnX marker. MY PLAN: I have a Lone Wolf lock on that I'm planning on strategically using based on the wind direction. If the wind is blowing north, I plan on setting up on the north side of their normal entrance to the field & vice versa. Does this sound like a good plan?? Am I missing out on anything, anything I should keep in mind or is there any other wisdom anyone would like to bestow? I'd appreciate it going into the season. THANKS!